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Scottish offsite specialist placed into administration

Wishaw-based modular construction specialist Enemetric has been placed into administration.

Published 18 December 2014

East Ayrshire Council to deliver £395m of schools investment

East Ayrshire Council has announced a capital investment of £395 million to deliver a range of ambitious and innovative education projects.

Published 18 December 2014

Building Briefs – December 18th

Published 18 December 2014

Record number of quarterly housing planning decisions reached

Decisions on planning applications need to continue to be made more quickly, planning minister Alex Neil said today.

Published 17 December 2014

Scottish Law Commission publishes discussion paper on compulsory purchase law

The Scottish Law Commission today publishes its discussion paper on compulsory purchase in Scotland.

Published 17 December 2014

Scottish Construction forges closer links between business and education

Scotland plans to increase the uptake of work-related learning and qualifications in secondary schools, as part of a package to reduce youth unemployment over the next seven years.

Published 17 December 2014

Building Briefs – December 17th

Work begins on new affordable Link homes in Port Glasgow

Published 17 December 2014

Sir Tom Hunter invests £100m into West Lothian 3,500 homes project

Sir Tom Hunter has made a £100 million investment in a scheme for a new village in West Lothian.

Published 17 December 2014

Madras College Pipeland plans row taken to court

The group that lodged a legal challenge against Fife Council’s selection of Pipeland as the site for a new Madras College has been urged to stop its “futile, time-wasting charade”.

Published 16 December 2014

Green light for Donald Trump’s £100m Turnberry plan

Donald Trump's plans to invest over £100 million into the famous Turnberry golf resort with new features including a massive Roman-style fountain outside the clubhouse have been approved.

Published 16 December 2014